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Saturday, 6 April 1935
Home International Championship 1934-35 (47th) Match

Scotland 2 England 0 [1-0]
 

Match Summary
Scotland Squad

England Squad

Hampden Park, Kinghorn Drive, Mount Florida, Glasgow
Attendance: 129,693;
Receipts: £13,000; Kick-off tbc
Live on Scottish Regional Radio (National Radio from 3.15pm, after Boat Race) - commentator: George Allison

Scotland - Douglas Duncan (headed in from a slow Napier corner 43, a jumping header from a Napier corner 50)
Results 1930-39

England won the toss, Scotland kicked-off.

 

Match Summary

Officials

Scotland

Type

England

Referee - Samuel Thompson
Belfast, Ireland
originally Ireland's W.R. Hamilton

Linesmen - H. Nattrass, county Durham, and not known.

Teams presented to the Duke of York

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Scotland Team

 

Rank:

No official ranking system established;
ELO rating 12th to 10th
Colours: Dark blue shirts with white collars, white shorts, dark blue and white hooped socks.
Capt: Jimmy Simpson Selectors:
Trainer: Robert Manderston (Queen's Park FC)
The Scottish Football Association Selection Committee, of seven members, chosen, following the inter-league match, on Monday, 1 April 1935.
Scotland Lineup
  Jackson, John 27 29 November 1906 G Chelsea FC, England 6 14 GA
  Anderson, Andrew 26 21 February 1909 RB Heart of Midlothian FC 8 0
  Cummings, George 21 5 June 1913 LB Partick Thistle FC 1 0
  Massie, Alexander 29 13 March 1906 RH Heart of Midlothian FC 9 0
  Simpson, James M. 26 29 October 1908 CH Glasgow Rangers FC 3 0
  Brown, George C.P. 28 7 January 1907 LH Glasgow Rangers FC 8 0
  Napier, Charles E. 24 8 October 1910 OR Glasgow Celtic FC 3 2
  Walker, Thomas 19 26 May 1915 IR Heart of Midlothian FC 2 0
  Gallacher, Hugh K. 32 2 February 1903 CF Derby County FC, England 20 24
  McPhail, Robert L. 29 25 October 1905 IL Glasgow Rangers FC 12 4
Duncan, Douglas 25 14 October 1909 OL Derby County FC, England 6 5

reserves:

Bobby Hogg (Glasgow Celtic FC) and Willie Miller (Partick Thistle FC, traveling reserves). James Dawson and Robert Main (both Glasgow Rangers FC), Chic Geatons and Jimmy McGrory (both Glasgow Celtic FC), Bobby Ancell (St. Mirren FC), Matt Busby (Manchester City FC), Robert Donnelly (Partick Thistle FC) and James Connor (Sunderland AFC).
 
2-3-5 Jackson -
Anderson, Cummings -
Massie, Simpson, Brown -
Napier, Walker, Gallacher, McPhail, Duncan.

Averages:

Age 26.0 Appearances/Goals 7.1 3.0

 

England Team

 

Rank:

No official ranking system established;
ELO rating 3rd to 5th
Colours: The 1923 uniform - White collared jerseys, navy blue or black shorts, black socks topped with two white hoops
Capt: Eddie Hapgood, third captaincy. Selectors:
In charge: Henry J. Huband and Stanley F. Rous
Trainer: Tom Whittaker
The fourteen-man FA International Selection Committee, following a trial match, on Monday, 1 April 1935.
164th match, W 105 - D 29 - L 30 - F 491 - A 185.
England Lineup
  Hibbs, E. Henry 28 27 May 1906 G Birmingham FC 22 24 GA
  Male, C. George 24 8 May 1910 RB Arsenal FC 3 0
  Hapgood, Edris A. 26 24 September 1908 LB Arsenal FC 11 0
  Britton, Clifford S. 25 27 August 1909 RH Everton FC 4 0
  Barker, John W. 29 27 February 1906 CH Derby County FC 4 0
  Alsford, Walter J. 23  6 November 1911 LH Tottenham Hotspur FC 1 0
  Geldard, Albert 20 11 April 1914 OR Everton FC 3 0
  Bastin, Clifford S., injured 22 14 March 1912 IR Arsenal FC 11 4
  Gurney, Robert 27 13 October 1907 CF Sunderland AFC 1 0
  Westwood, W. Raymond 22 14 April 1912 IL Bolton Wanderers FC 2 0
  Brook, Eric F. 27 27 November 1907 OL Manchester City FC 12 7

reserves:

Tom Gardner (Aston Villa FC) and Raich Carter (Sunderland AFC).

team notes:

The original left-half was Manchester City FC's Jackie Bray, but on Tuesday, April 2, Bray was declared unfit to play and his place went to Alsford.
Bastin injured his knee early on and had to be carried off by Whittaker. But he soon resumed.
 
2-3-5 Hibbs -
Male, Hapgood -
Britton, Barker, Alsford -
Geldard, Bastin, Gurney, Westwood, Brook.

Averages:

Age 24.8 Appearances/Goals 6.7 1.0

 

    Match Report

Source Notes

According to the grandson of Cambridge University's Harry Rose, his grandfather was a reserve for this match. There is no contemporary evidence to support this. But we have made a note, regardless.

Scottish Football Association
Scotland - The Complete International Record: Richard Keir
London Hearts
original newspaper reports
FA Yearbooks 1950-60
Alexander Rose
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